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Maun Rocks music fest coming soon

LaTimmy will be amongst local artists performing at the event PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Every year when the Easter holidays approach, Maun is always the place to visit, in fact the only place to visit. But the main attraction is always the Mascom Derby at the Shashe Horse Track to be held on March 31, 2018.

Before the heart pounding action of Botswana’s own version of Rodeo comes the annual Maun Rocks Musical event scheduled for March 30 at Country Farm.

The legendary house band Revolution that has more than seven albums will headline the event. The South African group, which consists of twin brothers George and Joseph Mothiba will be alongside local artists like Vee Mampeezy, ATI, LaTimmy, BanT, Benny T, MMP Family, Chabo, Veezo View, Figos, Phouboy and Royal DJ.

Medumo Entertainment spokesperson, Benah Kobotwe wrote in a press release that this year they have put together a mix of old and upcoming artists who are very popular amongst revellers. “This is because people going to Maun during Easters for the Mascom Derby are both young and old and have different taste in music so we had to cater for all of them,” she said.

Kobotwe was quick to highlight that Medumo Entertainment has also ensured that locals in Maun are

also not left out by including local DJs for the show. “Chris Manto 7 has been included in the lineup together with DJ Maximum, DJ Leon, DJ Nix, DJ Cue and other upcoming artists who will be making a debut on the big stag§e”.

She said Medumo Entertainment has a principle to grow and provide a platform for businesses growing in Maun. Kobotwe said vendors would be given an opportunity to sell their wares and services at the event. “We already have enquiries for tickets from neighbouring countries like Zimbabwe, Lesotho and South Africa.  This is the first time that we are having an interest from across the border but we have only printed 8,000 tickets and there will be no reprint.

Kobotwe said the farm is about 2km away from the Mall. “We are going to   grade the road ahead of the event to allow for smaller cars to access the farm”.




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